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True Stories and Real People That Inspired AMERICAN HORROR...: Here is a breakdown on all the influences for the for… #Fx #Infographic

True Stories and Real People That Inspired AMERICAN HORROR...

True Stories and Real People That Inspired AMERICAN HORROR...: Here is a breakdown on all the influences for the for… #Fx #Infographic

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Image 46- Going back to the research when it came looking at different serial killers, Ed Gein is famous for making house hold items out of the body parts that came from his victims. He inspired the creation of several film characters, including Norman Bates ('Psycho'), Jame Gumb ('The Silence of the Lambs') and Leatherface ('Texas Chainsaw Massacre').

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The Murder of Stanford White: A Real Edwardian Scandal

One of the most famous scandals was that of the murder Stanford White, which revolved around actress Evelyn Nesbit.

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Ellison Hatfield in Civil War uniform. His brutal murder in 1882 ignited the famous Hatfield-McCoy Feud. The inscription at bottom of photo reads: Ellison Hatfield Died Aug 1882 Father Age 33 years Gone but not forgotten. hatfield-mccoy

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Sitting Bull's son, Crow Foot shown at a young age. Several years after this photo was taken by D.F. Barry, renown photographer of Native Americans, Crow Foot and his famous father were murdered at their log cabin at Standing Rock during a night time botched arrest attempt by the Lakota Police.

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Tatiana Nikolaevna Anastasia Nikolaevna Alexei Nikolaevich Romanov Russia

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The Doctor vs. Sherlock: The Ultimate Geek Face-Off

Oh goodness hmmmm, I’ll just walk into the TARDIS dragging Sherlock by his upturned collar and promise him he can solve all the famous murders in time and space. Maybe then we’ll know who Jack the Ripper is.

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Answers: 11 Murder Mystery Riddles. Can You Solve Them All?

Answers: 11 Murder Mystery Riddles. Can You Solve Them All?

Didn't blow my mind but it seemed to be the most appropriate board. Answers: 11 Murder Mystery Riddles. Can You Solve Them All?

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In 1969, on August 8, Manson told Family members at Spahn Ranch, “now is the time for Helter Skelter.” That evening the family, under the direction of Manson, would commit the famous murder of Sharon Tate, leading to other murders over the two day period.

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